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Posted:9/23/2012 8:17:44 AM
I have moved a couple of times and have been with several groups. I would have to say that Lincoln has it mostly nailed down. Every group I've been with, except a couple, have been Paranormal State/Ghost Hunters/Ghost Adventures wannabes. I usually didn't get involved in the drama, I was there for the evidence not just for the thrill of the chase as the saying goes.
These individuals don't realize the damage that they do when they act like such in front of people that feel that there really is a problem and they want help.

Posted:9/10/2012 10:28:28 PM
Hey Lincoln; this is what happens when you drink your own koolaid. Either it kills you or just does a lot of brain damage. I think it is easier to tell what happend here.
And as long as people have the ability to speak and write, well this is the dark side to that freedom. I can only state that the best thing to do is laugh and then ignore.

Posted:4/11/2012 12:26:17 PM
I have to agree with Jeff on the fact that training has to get alot better. Unfortunately (sp?) shows like Ghost Hunters entertaining as it is, it's just that entertainment. What I would like to see is proper training on the equipment, and then maybe a clearinghouse of the data that is then availible. All data! Everything from the geology of the area to how many sunspots were active that day. Weather, everything that is recordable. Then and only then can a graph or charts be made that shows trends or the lack of such.

Posted:2/13/2012 12:43:33 PM
I am not a exclusive believer in the RSPK theory. There is alot of cases where that theory doesn't quite fit. Those that jump on that bandwagon are missing alot. I personally believe that 'some' of the cases are just that. Read the book "Poltergeist A study in Destructive Hauntings" by Colin Wilson. It gives another point of view. But regardless this is a very well written book, and I enjoyed it immensley. Read it and take in consideration on what he has to say, it is worthwhile for at least another point of view.

Posted:2/13/2012 12:15:33 PM
What is a Jena creature?

Posted:5/23/2011 9:05:59 PM
It was the yearning to find magic that set 'primitive' man sailing across the ocean. It was yearning to find magic that man looked up to the stars and yearned to touch them. It is magic that drives man to answer the unanswerable. Just substitute the word magic with the word of your choice. Like knowledge, gold, fountain of youth, what ever. Life can be humdrum for those that sit and do as the powers that be tell them is the thing to do. I would call finguz a slave to the authority. But the diffrence is that slaves know that there is freedom to strive and hope and pray for. finguz just accepts life the way it is. When the Wizard says "Don't look behind the curtain". The reply would be "OK" Where as the majority of us would pull the curtain down and expose the truth for what it is.

Posted:5/15/2011 9:18:52 PM
Here's something to really think about.http://www.andrewcollins.com/page/articles/shaheen.htm